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this is wlwt news 5 today. lisa: 5:00 a.m. on your wednesday. good morning. i' m lisa cooney. mark: and i' m mark hayes. thanks for joining us. randi and kyla are in this morning with your weather and traffic. >> it is a full house. >> that is making a comeback. randi: we have to get to the rain and the flooding concerns. we do have rain showers moving out, which is good news. we are watching the rain move out of the 275 loop and out of the eastern communities. the most intense rainfall is on the brown-adams county line and moving to the east toward west union. for most of us the rain showers are coming to an end.
anywhere in this area, we have seen some intense rainfall overnight with totals over two inches, so there could be flooding overnight. a flood warning until 2:30 this afternoon. upper 50' s and pretty close to 60 this afternoon. temperatures falling as we get closer to 5:00 this evening. windy and sunny through the middle of the day. watch out for the high water areas. kyla: they could really trip you up. i got right up on delta and all of those blockades. east or west down along columbia parkway, right there. from the western side you will
we have a live shot. that high water really causing a major issue. they are not letting any lanes through on columbia parkway. you will not be able to get through and use riverside as an option and give yourself a next her five or 10 minutes. kellogg along coney island, high water. they do not have a close off but you may see high water. here is a look at 275 and kellogg, where all lanes are moving along pretty well, east and west down. lisa: thank you. cincinnati on a new path 15
mark: important dialogue. we have come a long way but there is still a long way to go. that is the consensus with the civil unrest in cincinnati. many watched the images and knew. almost 15 years after riot and civil unrest erupted in the streets panelists spoke of those , difficult days and continued the conversation, seeking answers to where are we now, and where do we go from here to create a more equitable future? the resulting collaborative agreement has emerged as a nationwide model for police and community relations. it served as a guideline in recent examples of urban violence like ferguson. but participants say this conversation continues the work and shows much remains to be said. from the live alert desk, i' m miriah turner.
shooting and killing an ohio police officer will face the possibility of the death penalty. knox county' s prosecutor says the line-of-duty death, like danville officer tom cottrell, warranted a capital punishment. the suspect' s father says his son should have still been in prison, and he wouldn' t cry after the announcement. >> if he directly targeted an officer for that reason, what they are asking for is not unreasonable. does it hurt me? yeah. mark: the suspect' s father says he hopes the trial will lead to something positive. danville' s police chief says the department has received multiple threats on officers since the attack. lisa: a deal rejected by a retired ohio officer who was fighting to keep his k-9 partner. matthew hickey tells our nbc affiliate in columbus that he is not accepting the auxiliary officer position the city of marietta offered. that job would let hickey keep ajax. but hickey says he can' t take the job due to health reasons. the state law says ajax is too
valuable department property. instead, hickey might have to buy ajax from the city. a go-fund-me account has already raised more than $70,000 to help hickey do that. mark: a memorial is planned for the cyclist who was hit and killed by an suv over the weekend in anderson township. four local cycling groups will be hosting a memorial ghost ride for michael prater saturday afternoon. it begins at 2:00 p.m. at lunken airport. charges were upgraded monday for the driver arrested after the crash. mindy woodall now faces vehicular homicide charges. investigators say drug paraphernalia was found in her suv after the accident. lisa: securing revenue for the cincinnati streetcar as the september deadline nears for the first one to hit the streets. the agency responsible for securing advertising and naming rights now says it could generate as much as $550,000 a year for the city. but so far no ads have been sold, because the ad agency is focusing on naming rights.
suggesting a different approach. >> in the early projections that we got, zero was the number projected for advertising and sponsorship. as the stakeholders who are responsible for making the math work, zero is not ok. so we got to make sure. sounds like we have some low-hanging fruit. get those commitments so we can say there' s not a zero there. lisa: the group advertising vehicles, which is in charge of securing the ads, says that naming rights alone could generate between $4 million and $6.5 million over the next two decades. it has been a big day for high school athletes as they take part in national signing day. mark: good morning to you. andrew: good morning. today is the day when their dreams take the next steps. they move on from high school to commit to playing college sports, too. there will be a big ceremony
among those signing today here at elder is the gatorade ohio player of the year tommy kramer. he' ll head to notre dame. but he' s just one of eight elder football players committing today. colerain will have seven football players taking part in signing day, along with a number of other student athletes, too. a lot of national attention on the offensive tackle who grew up in nigeria before moving to the u.s. and is a top recruit. it will be a big day when ceremonies get underway. we want you to upload photos from signing day to the u-local section so we can share this special moments. live at elder high school, andrew setters, wlwt news 5. mark: thank you. we' ll be covering national signing day here in the greater cincinnati area all day long on wlwt news 5. you can also find more
day on our website, wlwt.com. ll have a ticker running at the bottom of your screen with a list of local high school athletes and their college choices. lisa: let' s check traffic right now on this wednesday. a couple of issues with standing water. kyla: you need that extra time as you get ready to head out the door. we have an accident outside of the 275 loop. this is u.s. 50, and they have closed both directions because of an accident. high water has miami river road closed, right near 275 and 7 4. there is quite a bit going on out there. in some spots you might see some
we will keep you updated all morning long. 74 moving along just fine east and west bound. those closures can really tie you up. randi: the morning commute will be slow for people who get diverted. we' re on the back edge of the rain as it rolls through downtown. still some rain in portions of adams county. inside the 275 loop, most places almost that 60 degrees. 59 in sharonville. we will be near 64 the morning rush. mid 50' s most of the day. for the morning rush, watch out for the high water. 54, sunny, windy at
lisa: thank you. whoever you want to win in super bowl 50 this week, you probably don' t want it as bad as one panthers fan wants it. mark: how the so-called cat man is looking to make his way to california to watch his panthers in person. lisa: well, we already know who will be performing at the super bowl' s half-time, so why is lady gaga now saying she' s part of the major football event. what she announced just days away from the big game. mark: taking a live look outside this morning. 58 degrees.
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flint' s tap water was contaminated with lead after the source switched from detroit to the flint river in 2014, a cost-cutting move made while the city was under state financial management. the corrosive river water was not properly treated and caused lead from pipes to seep into the drinking water. lisa: new york real estate heir robert durst is expected back in court today in new orleans, . durst is expected to enter a charges. the 72-year-old millionaire has been held without bail since his arrest last year, which occurred of an hbo crime documentary about his life. durst is also facing a first-degree murder charge in los angeles. mark: bill cosby and his lawyers are expected back in court today in suburban philadelphia in an attempt to throw out a criminal proceeding against the comic. the former district attorney who declined to arrest cosby on sex-crime charges a decade ago testified tuesday that he essentially granted the comedian lifetime immunity from prosecution in the case.
attorney insists there is no record of any such promise. lisa: the carolina panthers are already in california gearing up for this sunday' s super bowl game. mark: now one super fan is looking to join the team with the help of others. kyla: if you ever been to a you' ve seen this fan. he is a die-hard panthers fan, known to most as cat man. this is gregory good. he has never missed a game, including the ones played in clemson, before bank of america stadium was even finished. good says as this amazing panthers season kept going, fans asked if he would head over to the super bowl. he didn' t think he would have the money and has since started a go-fund-me page. he says the amount of support he' s already received is overwhelming. >> it makes me feel warm and responsible. it' s like what spider-man said -- with great power comes great responsibility." and with a great show of love
responsibility back to reciprocate that love. kyla: that is so good. the go-fund-me page has already racked up $7300. did superman or was it that man? -- batman? spider-man. very deep. hopefully he will be able to make it. he should be able to go. mark: no sleep. i am just saying. just days away from the super bowl, and now we know who will kick off the major sports event with the national anthem. lady gaga getting that honor this year. she' ll be joined by actress marlee matlin, who will be singing the anthem. gaga is also set to sing at the oscars at the end of the month. we learned that coldplay will be gracing the half-time stage back in december, and soon after news came out that beyonce would be joining them in the show.
has made a prediction about the winning team of the super bowl, and good luck going against his guess. this is ozzy the grizzly bear. zoo keepers gave ozzy the opportunity to pick his favorite team, using cakes as incentive . but even with the tasty snacks, ozzy just couldn' t seem to make up his mind. so he went over to consult with fellow bear, bruno. ozzy eventually decided to go for the broncos cake. zookeepers say in the past several years, ozzy' s predictions have been pretty accurate. there you go. 5:17. what are we looking at this morning? randi: the rain is moving out. the winds will be sticking around all day long. watch out for high water. most of the heavy rain is rolling through eastern ohio. we'
still some light showers coming down. heavier through portions of adams county and peebles and through sinking spring. that is moving to the east and northeast. many spots picked up on average two inches of rain. we have an aerial flood advisory. high water, not necessarily near a creek is possible. these expire at different times, mid-to-late morning rush. there is a flood warning for the mill creek at glendale milford. high water continues near the ups building. as for the ohio river, starting to go up a little bit.
expected to crest at 43.2 feet late on saturday. right now 58 degrees at cvg. temperatures closer to 50 by the evening rush and 20 mile per hour winds. sunny conditions at 4:00, 51. the seven-day forecast, 58 and windy. sun comes up this afternoon clouds this evening. tomorrow on the colder side and 35, and then sunshine returns toward friday. you have a lot to go through. kyla: columbia parkway, they are reopening those lanes.
columbia parkway, and they are slowly reopening it. good news there. outside for the morning commute, this is 471 near. our interstate travel has not been impacted by these high water closures. reflected in our speeds. five minutes to get you over to the daniel carter beard bridge. we barely have any activity north or southbound. we will let you know as those closures continue to open. mark: thank you. a former flight-boarding process making a comeback for a popular airline. lisa: how united airlines is looking to benefit parents with young children. mark: a man, deeply rooted in the civil right' s history of the queen city. how carl westmoreland is being honored today in celebration of
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cincinnati human relations commission to celebrate local african-american leaders in the community. mark: wlwt news 5' s miriah turner tells about a special man being honored today. good morning. miriah: mark and lisa, the man being celebrated at this local legends lunch is none other than carl westmoreland. for the last four decades, carl b. westmoreland has been a leader in urban revitalization and preservation, from the grassroots community level to national and international arenas. starting in the 1960' s, he focused his attention on the primarily african-american mount auburn community, believing that homeownership and engagement were the keys to making the community a better place. another recent big project of his, becoming deeply involved in the founding and development of the national underground railroad freedom center, which opened its doors in 2004. westmoreland now serves as senior advisor at the center and curator for its main exhibit, the slave pen. today' s event will kick off at 1:00 this afternoon at cincinnati' s city hall. the community is invited to attend the event for free to
lisa? lisa: also happening today, mason city schools are celebrating diversity today with their taste of mason showcase. this ninth annual event will feature the finest global offerings from local vendors. that includes french food from l' crepe, greek food from the the mason grill, and japanese food from soho japanese bistro. a number of multi-cultural acts will also be performed. the event kicks off at mason high school commons from 5:00 to 8:00 tonight. mark: united airlines is going back to an old policy. families with small kids get to board the airplane first. starting february 15th, parents with kids ages 2 or younger will be allowed to preboard united airlines flights right after passengers with disabilities and active-duty military personnel who are in uniform. united dropped that policy in 2012. why would you drop that policy? lisa: a lot of people will be
randi: longer time on the plane with toddlers? you can see the rain showers east of the 275 loop. still coming down in adams county and mason and roberts county. the rain will be moving out by 7:00 a.m. s. rain showers will be coming to an end, but it is going to stay windy all day long. expected to be windy and about 45 degrees. tomorrow will be cooler, 35 degrees with cloudy skies. guys? mark: thank you. 2016 presidential candidates now focusing their full attention on the granite state. lisa: how republican front-runner donald trump is now saying he regrets his efforts in
in three states. new information about three men arrested and the video one passenger was taking during the chase. mark: heavy rain overnight causing trouble on the roadways as you head out to work this morning. which areas you should avoid and whether more rain is in the forecast. >> some cincinnati' s wlw t, leading the way, this is news 5 today. mark: good morning everyone. on mark hayes. lisa: i' m lisa cooney. good morning to you. how are we looking this morning? randi: the rain is still falling. the good news is we did not have any severe weather overnight. issues still linger. areas west of 75 you are in the clear. the 275 loop rain free. rain continues to clinton and highland county. and mason in robertson county' s
lanchester and batavia getting in on the backside of the race. it still continues light to moderate at times. through about 7:00. we see a big improvement for eastern communities between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m. a good bit of rain fell. we still have flood warnings and advisories. the flood warning is for millcreek. canal road near ups that is flooded right now. this big block in the green is a flood advisory. which means you may be running into some areas of high water. kyla woods, what is the latest? kyla: fortunately our interstate travel has not been impacted by that water. here is a look right now. 71, 75, rolling right along. you will see some right roadways out there but if we think it goes high water closures off our interstate system, hopefully
help keep things moving. heading inbound, 75 still have here is you had near sharon. take a look at those southbound lanes, lots of headlines inside the 275 loop. if you live in one of those areas where use tend to see high water, watch out for that is money. dan griffin has some good news where he is. dan: i do. good morning too. we are here on columbia parkway at delta avenue. traffic moving along just fine. probably 10-50 minutes ago, maybe longer than that, road crews reopened columbia parkway after a messy deal overnight, a mudslide and five feet of water on part of columbia parkway. this video shows at best. it closed two right westbound lanes of columbia.
we do see mudslides and water issues along the parkway sometimes. take a look at the second set of video we have. this is sutton road. high water shut down the road near there near coney island. though that water is subsiding this morning and we are not expecting much more in the way of heavy rains, still important to pay close attention to where you are driving. you can see high water, be careful and do not drive through high floodwaters. we are live along columbia parkway. mark: thank you. we got the greater cincinnati area missed the worst of it. last night' s line of storms parts of the country. in newtown, mississippi, a confirmed tornado swept through. emergency crews cannot get through to help. another funnel cloud touched down in alabama. they caught this in pickens
storms were damaged in knocking down trees and power outages. several counties open community safe rooms overnight. lisa: new this morning, woodlawn police are looking for a critically missing adult. 53-year-old victor turner went missing from the goodwill industries on springfield pike. he was last seen yesterday at 8:30. turner is a black turner is an african-american male described as 5' 9" and 190 pounds. he was last seen wearing blue jeans, a black and white shirt, and a white coat. he has been diagnosed as paranoid schizophrenic and requires medication. a warning from a devastated family. circulating on social media encouraging teenagers to commit suicide. an aken in children' recovering from her own apparent suicide attempt. health officials tell us parents should watch out for warning signs and keep a close eye on their child social media activity. about this case online at
mark: three men ins the dayton area are accused of putting drivers in danger across three states. the video has everyone' s attention. it is a snapchat from inside the car during the chase. under carmack officers tried to stop the car -- undercover police officers try to stop the car. the driver refused to pull over reaching speeds as high as 90 miles per hour. crossing into kentucky and indiana. >> that will most likely be used as evidence. i do not think we are dealing with the brightest individuals here. this couldn' t have went any better. the way our units handle this, kept everybody say. mark: the driver of the car was anthony duane knight now charged with felony fleeing and eluding charges. passengers a 22-year-old and a 19-year-old arrested for outstanding wars.
indiana state legislators will not vote on a new bill to protect lesbian gay and bisexual people from discrimination. the bill sponsor says he pulled it because it did not have enough support in the state senate to approve it. religious conservatives say the bill goes too far, gay right asked this day it do not go far enough because it does not include people who are transgendered. mark: the race for the white house has moved to the -- to new hampshire. and after iowa, the competition might have changed. mariah: democrat bernie sanders momentum. sanders has shown he can hang with hillary clinton after the tight race in iowa. now he has a strong lead in the polls. cruz is campaigning is a proven winner after his country on monday. this time around he will have more competition. not only is trump leading the polls but many of the other republican candidates got a head start in new hampshire after giving up on iowa.
nonstop. governor kasich: whatever happens in this race, i' m going to be fine. i have given it my best. but it is in your hands and if i do not win, it is your fault. mariah: kasich hopes to reach 100 town halls before friday. lisa: following a second-place finish in the iowa caucuses, donald trump reflecting on his strategy. he spoke to reporters in new hampshire and said his decision to skip the last republican debate may have been the difference in iowa. he says he disappointed some voters but he insists he would not change what he did. mr. trump: if i had to do it again, i would do the exact same thing, and you know why? because i raised $6 million for the vets in one hour. so if i took a second place over first place and could give the vets $6 million, i would do that all day long.
do enough campaigning in iowa to win. mark: uber is doing a little s new logo. instead of the white and black u. the new design features an image the covenant calls the adam -- the ceo worked on the rebranding. he says the logo is an attempt to bring out the human side of uber, highlighting it is a transportation network. a company spokeswoman says the new logo will be used worldwide with a different color scheme in each of the 68 countries the company operates in. i' m a little confused by that. ok. lisa: join the club. where' s the u? national signing day for high school soon-to-be college athletes. we will have coverage at various signing events at local high schools and run a list of student names and schools tonight beginning at 4:00 p.m.
students big signings. you can post them on our facebook page or upload them to the u-local section, and congratulations to all student athletes. mark: let' s see what is happening outside this one. moving out. randi: you can see on the radar the green and yellow indicating the rain off to our east. 275 loop clear. rain continuing peoples to west union. the back edge of the rain will move through for most of us in the 7:00 hour. as the kids had to the bus stop early, expect temperatures in the upper 50' s. the rain will come to an end eased but it will be windy and mild for everybody. in the 7:00 hour we are still looking at adams county and mason counties potentially still having some rain at that point. as you look at the bus stop forecast, the way home, 52 degrees, windy but not too bad for early february. there could be a couple of tricky spots this morning. heading off to work and school.
good news along columbia ?a new kyla: no longer need to worry about that closure. now, when we have very high amounts of rain that fell overnight or high water anywhere in columbia parkway is one of our usual suspects. we are fortunate to have that closure out of the way before we hit rush hour. we do want to talk about some construction closes. along i-75 north and southbound you will see overnight closures and tomorrow night they will ramp it up. you will see some ramp closures along i-75 from 75 heading towards 74. they are scheduled to be closed from about midnight intel fried -- 5:00 a.m. friday. -- until 5:00 a.m. friday. 75 it mitchell where things are moving right along, north and southbound, speeds looking
we will keep you updated throughout the morning and check on closures due to high water as well. lisa: an innovative nail salon opening it over the rhine. mark: how it provides an alternative experience for women looking to get their nails done. lisa: the zika virus making his way into the u.s. a patience in texas found with the disease in a surprising way the person contracted it. 5:41, 58 degrees. you are watching (singing) i just can't wait to meet you, sweet child you're on the way, i'm filled with expectation, and you're growing everyday...
randi: a live look over top downtown or you can see the ohio river in the distance. while the ohio river right now is not at action stage, it is expected to climb over the next 24 hours. near riverbend there may be some flooding areas tomorrow. this morning we are looking at the back edge of the rain. wilmington and down toward falmouth. it will continue to trail at least as we head through the 6:00 hour. by 7:00 a.m., most places are dry. we take up a good bit of rain in sardegna. in hebron, about 3/4 of an inch. for today, clouds clearing out at 8:00 a.m. 64. in the mid-50' s through the morning. windy through the day. and the temperatures take another turn as we get towards the evening commute and head down into the upper 40' s.
in a couple minutes. mark: new developments in the zika virus outbreak. health officials in texas now saying a patient contracted the virus through sex. the cdc confirmed the dallas-area patient was infected after having sexual contact with a sick person, who came back from a country where zika is present. this is the first case of the virus being transmitted in the u.s. during the outbreak. zika is usually spread through mosquito bites and has been linked to birth defects. zika virus is a worry for this summer' s olympic games in rio. the world health organization has not issued a travel warning but the government is recommending pregnant women stay with. lisa: a nonprofit organization looking to help local women take their business to the next level is having a kickoff already. they are hosting the event at reingiest brewery.
female entrepreneurs gets their business is positioned for growth. the free event kicks off at 5:30 tonight. a natural alternative for women looking to polish their style. mark: mi ariah turner joins us now with one of the latest businesses to join us to over the rhine. spurce natural. mariah: what makes them natural? i have heard of a natural nail salon. we dropped by yesterday to talk with the co-owner. the ch shop' s grand opening. she says that spurce does not offer acrylics or gels making environment to every -- to heavy fumes. they use their own all-natural toxic free lotions and scrubs and oils during each service. >> we really don' t want to put in any and it is you do not need. and also, we are really
s nut allergies and people have different sensitivities, we are cautious on making these. marai iah: the ladies work tuesday through saturday from 10:00 until 7:00 services range from $20 to $45 for manicures and pedicures. they pride themselves on being the only nail shop to offer the vegan natural products. kyla: keeping track of those closures as fars high water. if you' re in one of those areas, along coney island, we had closures along sutton near kellogg. they have lifted those closures. it is not impacting our interstate travel. he was a look at 71 and pfeiffer. we' re still seeing green across our maps. no areas of slope -- for our interstate travel. a quick 17 minute commute right now if you are on 71.
pretty low as well. 18 minutes as well on 74 heading from the indiana side to i-71. -- i-75. randi, sounds like we will not have too much more rain throughout the day. randi: in the middle of the night. gusty winds, that we saw, those are going to continue throughout the day. you will see the heavy rain moving to eastern portions of ohio. much of the 275 loop now rain free. our line of rain extends from wilmington to blanchester, arriving to the 60 eight quarter -- the 68 corridor. the rain not as heavy as it was. now that is moving on. most places are pretty much rain free. we had a good bit of rain. over the last 24 hours. this lime green indicates totals pushing that two inch mark.
it is moving to the area overnight. right now only for those eastern communities where the rain continues. you may say standing, ponding water on roadways. we also have flood warnings for the mill creek at the glendale and milford. near ups. seeing flooding right now. here are the latest details. a flood warning until 2:30. now just shy of 13 feet. expected to fall late morning into the early afternoon. if you work or travel in that area, you may have some issues. 58 degrees. winds out of the south at 10. your plan for today, clouds start to clear out. we will hang out in the low 50' s for much of the morning. we will get some sunshine going. it stays windy and another push of cool air arise by the evening commute. by 6:00, 45. turning colder for the evening rush but the skies will be clearing out. nice in the early afternoon. tonight, that push of cooler air
clouds arrive and tonight closer to midnight, may see a couple of passing flurries more likely north up -- of the river. today, plan on 58 degrees. closer to the 50' s by the evening drive. windy all day. cloudy and cold tomorrow but it is a one day cold snap. we ramp up into the 50' s by the weekend. mark: thank you. when we continue, baby found wandering alone in the middle of the night. >> freezing, scared to death. he was shivering. lisa: the kind acts of two local officers and a picture that is going viral. mark: now people just cannot stop. so, what a newly retired deputy was caught doing in a work elevator. lisa: ok. [laughing] live on your wednesday morning. 58 degrees.
a disturbing scene. a child left out in the cold but the picture that emerged from this ordeal is quite the opposite. this picture is burning of the internet. the officer doing his flat best entertain the toddler. after police pecked at the wandering child, officer jamie landrum took the toddler to district 3. what you went and bought the child clothing and diapers and hoodies. >> i think it is just part of being a cincinnati police officer. just something that think any of us would have done. kyla: the baby' s mother has now been charged with child endangerment. she did admit to drinking monday night and that this is not the first time the toddler got out on his own. lisa: the time now 5:54. checking some stories trending this money. mark: take a look at this. and newly retired colorado sheriff' s deputy boogeyed down
the epic dance moves are caught on camera. colleagues joined in for several moments. pausing only briefly when their boss walked in. the video has been an instant viral sensation, reaching 5 million views. oh, wow. [laughter] lisa: we weren' t doing anything. see you later. let' s go! that is hysterical. your using birds of prey to take out rogue drones. eagles being trained to catch devices midair. they want to use birds to intercept drones near airports where the devices are banned. mark: one woman in colorado was the broncos to win the super bowl baaad. lisa: stop it. mark: rebecca is having kids display 150 of them.
each one will get their very own bronco sweater. the girls get the orange. the boys get the blue. bronco blue. that is a lot of knitting. sore hands. 5:56. up next, suspects on social media during a high-speed chase. lisa: the video making the rounds as a group of suspects try to get away from police. >> a big day for student athletes. some of the high school students preparing to play college ball on national signing day. randi: we are looking at the back edge of the rain rolling to our eastern communities. for those in highland in adams county, mason county, it may be 7:00 before you are totally done with these rain showers. everybody else, the winds sticking around today. concerns with high water as while.